KATATONIA Join Forces With THE AGENCY GROUP
Sweden's KATATONIA have posted the following message on their official web site:
"KATATONIA have joined their ways with the worldwide booking agency — The Agency Group Ltd. This will have a big impact on the future and seriously increase KATATONIA's live activities. Many gigs are planned to follow the release of the new album and 2006 is probably gonna be our most busy year so far, but that's exactly how we (and hopefully you) want it to be. Please note that the contact information for The Agency Group is directed only to serious offers from serious promoters. If you want KATATONIA to play in your town, contact your local promoters (or at least keep the requests to the guestbook) as these things can not be answered by the booking agency. Once again, stay tuned for the exact release dates to be announced shortly."
KATATONIA recently completed work on their seventh full-length album at Fascination Street studios in the outskirts of Örebro, Sweden for a tentative early 2006 release. The CD was mastered at the Cutting Room in Stockholm, Sweden.
KATATONIA's last album, "Viva Emptiness", was released in 2003.
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